Dallas Business Journal: Texas camera company’s demand has ‘gone through the roof’ as it helps efforts against the coronavirus
The Dallas Business Journal wrote a feature about Infrared Cameras Inc.’s battle with coronavirus and efforts to fulfill the increased demand. Read the excerpt here, and check out the full article on the Journal’s website.
A small Texas company is seeing a surge in demand as it helps the world in its fight against the coronavirus.
Beaumont’s Infrared Cameras Inc. is providing gear that can help quickly identify people who might have fevers, giving countries a tool that can be paired with other tests to determine if someone has the coronavirus.
The company develops and manufactures the products– and the technology-powered gear is stirring interest from places such as Africa and Asia, according to Gary Strahan, CEO of the company.
Between Jan. 1 and this week, ICI has sold more than 1,000 systems compared to an average of around 100 a month as demand climbs, he said.
“It’s gone through the roof,” Strahan said. “We’ve had explosive growth.”